Dickens, Charles: Oliver Twist.

Dickens, Charles - Oliver Twist. Thames, not dated, late 1950s? Regent Classics Series. Drama, pathos and humour are brilliantly interwoven in this gripping story of a nameless orphan. Born in a workhouse, Oliver Twist runs away to London, only to exchange cruel and wretched servitude for life in a den of thieves. Unforgetable figures cross his path - Mr Bumble, the Artful Dodger, Fagin, and Bill Sikes among them - all so realistically drawn that the reader feels that by reaching out he could touch them. 248pp, red cloth, black blocked spine lettering, hardback. Very good (no inscriptions, no bumps, NOT ex-library) complete with similar wrapper.

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